N R Valiev

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Intraoperative (n = 290) and autoptic (n = 246) materials obtained from tuberculosis hospitals in 2005-2007 were examined to study the pathomorphism of pulmonary tuberculosis. The study revealed an increase in the number of patients with acute pulmonary tuberculosis. Fibrocavernous tuberculosis halved as compared to the 1980s. Incapsulated pulmonary(More)
The clinical and hematological manifestations and functional state of the immune system were comparatively evaluated in patients with concomitant HIV/tuberculosis (TB) infection (n = 84) and in those with HIV infection without tuberculosis (n = 106). The course of concomitant HIV-TB infection was ascertained to differ from HIV monoinfection in a diversity(More)
The clinical and immunological features of the course of tuberculosis concurrent with HIV infection were studied in 109 patients. Thirty-eight patients were found to have active tuberculosis to HIV infection; 22 patients were diagnosed to have HIV infection and tuberculosis, and 49 patients developed tuberculosis in the presence of HIV infection. The most(More)
The paper presents the results of studying the time course of changes in tuberculosis antibodies by enzyme immunoassay (EIA) and immune blotting (IB) in 34 patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. In 76.5% of cases, EIA were established to reveal tuberculosis antibodies whose concentration is most pronounced in lung tissue destruction. The detection rate of(More)
The paper presents the results of a study of the distribution of Class I HLA antigens in an ethnic Tatar group (in patients with pulmonary tuberculosis and healthy individuals) in 4 districts of Tatarstan. It has been ascertained that an association with HLA-B22 antigen exists in patients with active pulmonary tuberculosis.
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